Tag Archives for South Africa

Looking at the 2010 World Cup in Boston

By Talia Whyte Boston soccer fans gathered at the House of Blues on June 12 to watch the exciting Argentina vs. Nigeria World Cup game. Not surprisingly, not many of the attendees were American citizens. While the global community will … Continue reading

26. June 2010 by taliawhyte
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S. African authors speak out on Africa’s woes, triumphs

By Talia Whyte The Bay State Banner South African activists and writers Elinor Sisulu and Sindiwe Magona came to Boston last week to participate in a series of seminars to celebrate the children’s literature of their home country. The seminars … Continue reading

17. July 2008 by taliawhyte
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UMass-Boston prof critical of South African leaders

By Talia Whyte The Bay State Banner Fourteen years after the end of apartheid, South Africa has emerged as one of the continent’s premier powers. But it is still a country in transition. Racial strife between the country’s white minority … Continue reading

20. March 2008 by taliawhyte
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A life-changing trip for Hub dance troupe

By Talia Whyte The Bay State Banner When Shaumba-Yandje Dibinga first started planning to bring members of her Roxbury-based youth dance organization OrigiNation to South Africa, her goal was simply to give her students the opportunity to perform in another … Continue reading

13. December 2007 by taliawhyte
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